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Vermont teachers say they feel ‘attacked’ by policymakers


Voices of Vermont Educators,” the Rutgers report paints a picture ... and yet more than a third of paraprofessional educators interviewed said they were the primary earners in their homes. The study reveals frustration over more than pay, as teachers ...


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Tiffany Danitz Pache is VTDigger's education reporter.Email: [email protected]Follow Tiffany Danitz on Twitter @tpacheLatest stories by Tiffany DanitzProperty taxes slashed in proposed school funding overhaulVermont teachers say they feel ‘attacked’ by policymakersEducation property tax increase likely to be smaller than projectedView all stories by Tiffany Danitz PacheRecent StoriesPolitics

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